St. John’s Port Transfers Shuttles
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Along the town’s eastern fjords of Newfoundland, the large city of St. John’s is filled with old British architecture spanning centuries. Just north of the main harbor’s Water Street, the cruise port is perfect for getting to know the beauty of the region’s local fishing culture, making the discovery of unique landmarks especially easy with a few modes of public transportation. Explore North America’s famed ‘oldest city’ by exploring downtown the moment the cruise ship arrives. Public transportation is limited, especially by the port, but close proximity makes walking the best option. Those looking to see as many landmarks as possible should consider moving things faster with one of many private vehicles instead, choosing from simple sedans worthy of quiet drives to Battery forts or a spacious SUV that can keep the whole family safe. Meet-and-greet services add to the advantages of convenience, not only through local personal drivers in search of something special but taxis perfect for arriving wherever without hassle.
Discover the day’s beauty by going on a short walk along Harbourside Park, enjoying old statues and plazas perfect for getting to know the city’s main lookouts. Close to the park is the Crow’s Nest Officers’ Club, a colonial-era heritage museum showcasing local fisherman life and old propaganda from WWII, plus a tasty seafood buffet in a refined space. Another interesting exhibit is the large Commissariat House property and its guided tours through a large wooden mansion - and beyond exhibits rest various old military landmarks just east of the cruise port in The Battery, a mostly barren district home to old trails around the historic forts of Signal Hill as well as canons pointed toward the sea at The Queen’s Battery Barracks. A great place to finish the night is Bannerman Park, home to old 19th-century gravel paths alongside cozy atrium-lit spaces perfect for bringing sunset to life.